• We know that together we can achieve more than any one of us could on our own.
  • A successful team needs inspiration.
  • A good team member is familiar with their role and understands their importance in achieving the results of a project.
  • Inter-organisation teams function well when the same rules apply to both the standalone as well as the conjoint team level.


  • Correctness in details ensures that small things do not accumulate and endanger the success of the project.
  • Once correctness becomes routine, there is more time for grand ideas.
  • The formal correctness of administration is unavoidable in the case of large projects. Without correctness, much efficiency is lost and relationships become tense.
  • Correctness in administration ensures the sustainability of results.


  • Trust is based on clear agreements, and open and timely communication.
  • One must also allow time for the formation of trust. A well-executed test assignment provides a secure foundation for trust based cooperation.
  • Trust enables us to reach agreements on a sufficient level and scope, and therefore increases the efficiency of the team.
  • However, blind trust will sooner or later lead to misunderstandings.